01 DUST BOWL:
(Various) by Wes Harrison, Won’t Believe Your Ears, 1963.
“Tempus Fugit” by Miles Davis, Miles Davis [Prestige], 1953.
02 TO A DREAM:
“It Shouldn’t Happen To A Dream” by Sarah Vaughan, The Complete Sarah Vaughan on Mercury 1954-1956, 1987.
“I’ll Never Smile Again” by Sarah Vaughan, In The Land Of Hi-Fi, 1955.
Interview with Duke Ellington by Sven Lindahl (for SVT), 1963.
“When You Got A Good Friend” by Robert Johnson, King Of The Delta Blues Singers, 1961.
“Murder Mystery” by The Velvet Underground, Velvet Underground, 1969.
07 7TH ST SWING:
“In A Sentimental Mood [Violin Version]” by Duke Ellington, Jazz Violin Session, 1963.
Excerpts from The Nite Show by T.D. Mischke, 8/18/11 (for 830 WCCO).
“Freedom of Choice” by Earth, Wind, & Fire, Powerlight, 1979.
09 CARRYIN ON:
“Mad At Me” by Maria Muldaur, Maria Muldaur, 1974.
10 MIGRANT MOTHER:
“Wrap Your Troubles In Dreams” by Alberta Hunter, The Glory Of Alberta Hunter, 1982.
“Music For My Mother” by Funkadelic, Funkadelic, 1970.
“I Can’t Be Satisfied” and “Mannish Boy” by Muddy Waters, The Definitive Collection, 2000.
“They Don’t Dance No Mo” by Goodie Mob, Still Standing, 1998.
12 GLOOMY SUNDAY:
“Gloomy Sunday” by Billie Holiday, The Original Recordings, 1973.
14 THE PLAINSMAN:
“Wake Up” by Mad Season, Above, 1995.
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